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airbrush1 
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Posted: April 25, 2007 at 9:55 PM / IP Logged  

Ok, I know it's my first post...... so feel free to hit me with the "use the search", or "dumb noob" stuff apexi avc r wire identification -- posted image.

First off, I will admit I'm a noob when it comes to electronics installs, and wiring scres me a bit. However, I'm a do-it yourself kind of guy and I don't mind taking on a project if I have all the info in front of me.

Today I embarked on the install of an electronic boost controller in my car, I sucessfully spliced, soldered, and shrinkwrapped all my connections ino the ecu. I ran all my wires into the engine bay, attached the pressure sensor, and the solenoid to the firewall..... only to find that the 3 wires that connect the main harness to the pressure sensor are differently colored than the wires coming from the sensor itself.

The problem is this.... it's a used component, and the previous owner didn't see fit to send me an un-cut harness, but rather sent me a box of stuff that I have had to sort through. apparently I CAN use the aftermarket sensor that was provided with my unit. But I have no idea what exactly the 3 wires coming from the main harness signify specifically. I know that they are.... signal... ground..... and power, but that is all I am in no way sure what color wire corresponds to each of these things.

The sensor itself is easy. it also has signal, ground, and power. It has  a red wire, a white wire, and a yellow wire. Red is power, white is ground, and yellow is signal.

The main harness has  a Yellow, a brownish purple, and a blue wire, and I need to connect the 2 sets of 3 wires together correctly in order to get this thing up and running

The company that manufactures the boost controller is Apexi

any ideas as to the function of the 3 mystery wires?????

let me know if you need any more info!

Thanks much..... Ken

I try... I really do try....
bellsracer 
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Posted: April 26, 2007 at 11:02 PM / IP Logged  

Here you go. The technical manual here will give you all the details on the harnesses.

http://www.apexi-usa.com/product_electronics_detail.asp?ID=200

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airbrush1 
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Posted: April 27, 2007 at 8:18 PM / IP Logged  

thank you very much for the help, but I already have thatapexi avc r wire identification -- posted image.

actually I was able to get apexi to tell me finally..... on their harness, brown is ground, yellow is power, and blue is signal....

I try... I really do try....

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